tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Feb 28 07:14:00 1999
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Re: KLBC HochDIch vs Qav
- From: "Adam Snyder" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: KLBC HochDIch vs Qav
- Date: Sun, 28 Feb 1999 10:14:21 -0500
>'oy' naQ Dachu'Ha'DI mIw HochdIch Data'
>When you turn the pianstick off you accomplish the last step.
Haha! I just think that it is funny that this statement could also say:
"When he did not clearly act like a painstick, he did act like all of the
steps." (well kinda... it's still funny)
>mu'tlheghmeyvam rap Hech 'a'
>Do these sentences mean the same thing?
ghobe'. They have similar meanings, that may both be used in similar
situations, but they are not the same.
>*Hoch* is a noun <I am not sure this is proper>
yu'lIj vIjanglaH 'e' vIQubbe' 'ach qaQaHlaH:
If you wanted to say "*Hoch* is a noun", you would have to put <DIp> first,
and then <Hoch>, and put <Hoch> in asterisks (what's the plural of
asterisk?). Right now, it says, "all nouns".
>*Qav* is a verb
A similar thing with this statement: right now it says, "the verb is last."
The word order must be reversed. (so that the verb is last.)
I'll let pagh answer your actual questions. It's *his* job.
--- loD Doq